Blue Jays, Black-capped Chickadees and White-breasted Nuthatches were starting their nests. Singing EasternTowhees advised, "Drink your tea!" at several locations.
A variety of habitats around Lake Isaac includes forest and fields as well as Lake Isaac.
Watch the spring migrants return or travel through to their summer breeding grounds during the 83rd Annual Series of Spring Bird Walks.
Overnight snow and wind made a winter wonderland of this sunny April day.
The monthly Second Saturday walks are a great opportunity for birders of all skill levels to enjoy the woods and wetlands.
Speaker Series April 5, 2016-The Importance of Conservation: Exciting New Natural History Discoveries with Jim McCormac
Several new species of native plants have been discovered, as has a gorgeous katydid with one of the most complex songs in the singing insect world – possibly new to science.
Publishing news, announcements and reports.
Visit the Western Cuyahoga Audubon Virtual Conference Center for a listing of programs. Download the Free Desktop & Mobile Apps-Version 2
VIRTUAL FIELD TRIPS Michelle Brosius, Director-at-Large and Field Trip Co-Coordinator, WCAS, invites birders to participate in monthly designated field trip locations, share stories to a public digital scrapbook, and participate in community meet ups. REGISTER
Sept 1, 2020 Speaker
'Hybridization of Cerulean and Parula Warblers' REGISTER
WATCH August 2020 WCAS Member Meeting and "Richfield Heritage Preserve"
Christmas Bird Count-Lakewood Circle
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